The sequel to one of EA's most original games over the last decade captures Gamescom with a five-minute fresh play
EA and DICE are continuing their preparations for one of their most never-before-seen games, Mirror's Edge Catalyst, which will take us back to a futuristic world of parkour and perfect timing. Now we get a long official video game, which shows us that everything we liked in the first Mirror's Edge (which became a kind of cult, with a loyal fan) is also here, and looks even more polished and sharp.
The Mirror's Edge Catalyst undoubtedly recreates the "clean" and unusual visual appearance of the original Mirror's Edge, yet offers a much richer array of environments and colors than its predecessor, in which the colors of white, red and blue predominated almost exclusively. Catalyst is a game that is simply fun to watch, and reminds us to some extent of the masterpiece of Wallab, Portal.
Unlike the original Mirror's Edge, which had a very unsuccessful attempt to incorporate first-person shooting games between all the parts of the run and parkour, DICE announced in advance that in Catalyst you will not be able to lift Weapon From the floor and shoot with him, even if you want to. In the game there will be battleships, but these are designed to be part of the traffic momentum you will need to build throughout the game.
The wonderful video game, which soon became one of the most talked about on the net, joins the video clip EA presented to us a little more than two months ago, in which we received some background for what will be used as the original title for the original title, Great 'is.
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